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Deeper Pro+ Fish Finder review
Robbie Alexander | August 2016

Not since Jesus played full back for Jerusalem has the fishing industry seen such an exciting new piece of gadgetry as the Deeper Fish Finder, or the Deeper smart sonar.
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Tested: Lowrance Structure Scan 3D
Nabeel Issa | July 2016

A typical Side Scan image showing the left and right hand side of our boat. In this image we can see a boat wreck on the left hand side.

It seems that almost yearly there are new advances in sonar technology. For long periods, small changes were the norm with nothing out of the ordinary coming out, that is to say, nothing mind-blowing. Now we are lucky enough to get to see exciting new products almost yearly!
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The Power-Pole Micro Anchor has landed in Australia and it’s a great way to set your boat or kayak up in one location allowing you to fish without the worry of your rig moving while you’re concentrating on the fishing.
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ECOGEARAQUA BREAM PRAWNS
Steve Morgan | June 2014

The Ecogearaqua Bream Prawn

Fishing Monthly is proud of the fact that these “Testing Booth” articles are only completed after the author had had a thorough test of the product. I can definitely say that I’ve put my time in using Ecogearaqua and feel confident that I can give you some tips on how to get the best from it when you put some on.
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TechniIce portable car fridge/freezer
Travis Davies | October 2013

The TechniIce 45L Portable Fridge Freezer fits comfortably in the back of the average wagon.

These days fishing, camping or just a family picnic can be a lot easier, with the new portable fridge/freezer range.
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Hot Box offers the lot
Greg Livingstone | September 2013

A new product that stood out at the Tinnie and Tackle show earlier this year was the Hot Box. The Hot Box is a portable outdoor stove, much like an old Billy stove of yester year but with some pretty fancy modifications allowing it to be portable and travel friendly.
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Jensen MS30 Boat Stereo
Neil Grose | June 2013

The Jensen MS30 was very easy to fit up – it looks messy, but the wiring was very straightforward.

If there is one thing I love as much as fishing and boating, it is music. And when you combine fishing, boating and music, well you have a match made in heaven.
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Pelagic fishing with polarised Binoculars
Greg Livingstone | May 2013

Byfield Optics, an Australian owned company, has released the world’s first polarised binoculars.
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Tairyo Nano Speed Plus II and Nano King
Stephen Booth | April 2013

The Nano King proved itself in no uncertain terms with this cracking 84cm flathead caught on a soft plastic.

I just love it when new technology comes along that makes a real and measurable difference. This, for me, occurred with the introduction of the Tairyo Nano series of rods, a series of rods that uses nano-technology to provide rods that are light, strong, responsive and, as I found out in the field, have unexpected tapers.
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